Name All the Animals(3)

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Disappointing End After reading and finishing the book, Name All the Animals  by Alison  Smith I was a nonetheless disappointed. Throughout the book, I found it pleasant  and easy to read with the vast imagery, but the end was what ruined it for me. Although the ending did me in, I felt as if there were some enjoyable  chapters. My favorite chapters out of Part III and Part IV were chapter 28 and  chapter 29, when Alison and Terry were caught in the nun’s bed. They were  competing in a “Read-A-Thon” and when attitudes started to clash about what to  read next, Alison and Terry slipped away and ventured into the unknown world of  the second floor. They were not aloud to be there for this was where the nuns  slept. “Slowly the hall floated into view, and for the first time, like a long-held  secret, the Sisters’ living quarters came into focus.” They came across an empty 
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This essay was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '07 term at Monroe CC.

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Name All the Animals(3) - Disappointing End After reading...

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